Moocs Prove To Be Better At Educating Students Than Their Stanford Counterparts. Udacity has found that students of MOOCs fare better than their counterparts at the University of Stanford for a single course.
In addition to the rapid growth of massive open online courses (MOOCs), last year saw many new educational models based on the MOOC structure. There were BOOCs (big open online courses), SPOCs (small private online courses), SMOCs (synchronous massive online courses), and DOCCs (distributed online collaborative courses). And right now, Coursera students are in their final month of the first MOOR (massive open online research), a course called “Bioinformatics Algorithms: Part 1” offered by Pavel Pevzner of the University of California–San Diego.
What is different about the MOOR is that unlike most MOOCs, the course is heavily research-based..."
Sebastian Thrun Believes That Mentoring Will Make Moocs 20 Times Better. Udacity CEO Sebastian Thrun is of the opinion that mentoring will make MOOCs 1.0 20 times better, backed by a pilot study that ran at the San Jose´ University.
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